Re: [Hammock Camping] thompson's water seal
- I've used the adventure paper that National Geographics makes with a
color ink jet printer. Let the map dry thoroughly, takes a few
minutes, and then the whole thing is waterproof. You can print on
both sides of the paper. I love it! It's a bit pricey, but if
you're going to be in the wet, it's invaluable.
> Now I laminate the maps and use a Sealline map case. It leaves the
> map visible on both sides and doesn't allow any water to enter. It
> would definitely keep a map dry while hiking.